I’ve been expecting you…
That is the single creepiest thing I’ve ever seen in my life.
My heart was pounding, my hands shaking. I had ran about four blocks from the amusement park without looking back. I didn’t need to. I knew that that rabbit. That fucking rabbit was right on my tail. I could hear the soft pitter patter of his velvet feet getting closer and closer behind me. My breathing was growing heavier, my speed faster. My legs ached, but I kept running. Long after the sound of that thing behind me had ceased. It was only a few hours until dawn now, and I needed somewhere to hide, and recuperate. The bus station on 32nd street was open 24-7, and it was only a block away. I high-tailed it past the last row of stores and burst through the door, walking quickly to the bathroom with the intent of locking myself in a stall. I pushed open the heavy metal door and shut it tight behind me. The motion sensor lights flickered for a brief moment, then, burst to life, flooding the room with a momentarily blinding light. I ran down to the end of the bathroom and threw open the last stall on the right. My heart stopped. There he was. That fucking rabbit. sitting there, with a smug grin on his fake, velvet, head. He slowly slid over to the left, motioning for me to sit next to him. I slowly began to back up, quietly repeating no…no…no under my breath. Then, to my horror, it spoke. In a sickening, disgustingly accurate Bugs Bunny voice. “I’ve been expecting you.” It cooed, in a vile, seductive tone. I turned to run, sprinting back towards the exit, I tugged on the door again and again. It wasn’t locked. I wouldn’t let myself believe it. Then I heard it get up. A soft, clatter of porcelain and the same pitter patter I had become so familiar with. My blood turned cold as it slowly rounded the corner and stood there, in the middle of the room. It’s head titled sideways, silently sizing me up as I held my back firm to the door, hyperventilating. Suddenly, there was a buzz of electricity, growing louder and louder until it became almost unbearable. The light above my head exploded with a loud pop. I jumped as a shower of orange and white sparks rained down on the floor around me. The electricity buzz started again, this time, the next light in front of me exploded. The process repeated, the explosions occurring faster and faster in succession. the room grew darker and darker still, until the last remaining light was the one illuminating that horrible, fucking thing. My breath sped up, as I heard the electricity buzz one final time. The bulb above its head exploded, and darkness cascaded over the room. My senses heightened, as the pitter patter began again, slowly at first, then picking up speed as the bunny began to charge towards me. I shut my eyes tight and clenched my teeth, bracing for impact, but there never was one. It was over as fast as it started. The pitch black room, was coated in an eerie silence. Had I imagined it all? Was it just a terrible nightmare? No. It wasn’t. As soon as the thought crossed my mind it spoke again. It was right fucking next to me. It’s cold breath escaping through it’s scratched plastic mouth and colliding with the my ear as every hair on the back of my neck shot up in the darkness. “What’s up doc?”